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It's a rare occasion that I get to go out and photograph with a buddy. Normally, I prefer to be photographing alone. This way there are no perceived time constraints while in search of an image. I can look, feel, navigate, hang out until I'm satisfied without any awareness of the well being or location of my fellow shooter, "Did he fall into a crevice? Again?" Joking aside, when interests align (my friend Chris recently acquired a 4x5 Crown Graphic from his father), it makes
Finally... my busy schedule has kept me from one of my favourite photographic diversions: recording a beautiful sunrise on large-format film. On the morning of August 8th I unpacked my 8x10 camera and went to work. This was my second attempt at a scene that I had driven by countless times while passing through the park on my way to work. I've always had an eye on this grove of trees and knew that there was an early morning composition waiting to be found. A few days prior, my
Above are instant "one of a kind" prints of my father's 65th birthday/retirement party. All 40 prints have been framed and now hang as a memento to remind us of this special day. As of March 2016 the world of instant pack film is no longer. It's a film that fits in millions of Polariod Type 100 cameras all over the world and was the last of its kind. Fuji not only announced the discontinuation of this wonderful film but also sealed the fate of the cameras that use it. They wi
Once again, there's a place in Toronto where you can get your E6 film processed. So wouldn't it be good to know what kind of E6 films are currently available in the market and where you can get them? Veteran photographers will already be confident in acquiring and perhaps even processing their own E6 films. I know there are many who must be thrilled to once again have a local place to get their films processed. New photographers can finally give E6 films a try without having